PREPO

AcronymDefinition
PREPOPre-Positioning
PREPOPre-Positioned Force, Equipment, or Supplies (US DoD)
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Since November 1993, a heavy combat brigade, including 123 M1A1 tanks and fifteen days of essential supplies aboard five roll-on/roll-off (RO/RO) ships has been stationed at Diego Garcia, together with a Heavy Lift Prepo Ship for port operations and three Lighter Aboard Ship (LASH) vessels loaded mainly with munitions.
The form of his victories in Argentina was comparatively modest, but he had already shown his ability in Saudi Arabia with a fourth behind Prepo, Affidavit and K J's Appeal in the Crown Prince Cup in December.
* Refine Preposition (PREPO) and War Reserve Strategy for Joint Staff and Office of the Secretary of Defense
* Comprehensive review of EUCOM PREPO assets, develop strategy, attributes, opportunities, and logistics connectors
He rode the smart Chilean-bred six-year-old Prepo to score by two and three-quarter lengths from Affidavit, winner of the Group 2 Prix Hubert de Chaudenay at Longchamp in 1995, when owned by Sheikh Mohammed and trained by Andre Fabre.
Prepo, second to Instant Friendship in the King's Cup in March, is owned by the king's son, Prince Abdulaziz bin Fahd, while Harad, who triumphed in the Crown Prince Cup for homebreds, is owned by the King's brother, Prince Badr.
If betting were allowed, there is little doubt the Chilean-bred Prepo would start favourite for the imported race.
In order to move support capability forward early and mitigate this limiting factor, additional camp equipment was moved to the NSW CENTCOM Pre-Positioning (PREPO) site and placed in storage.
And then there is the Football Association - an organisation so out of touch with the real world that many of its septuagenarian committee members probably believe a man in a red coat and a white beard will arrive this week to rescue them from the prepos terous crisis of their own making.